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Here are the most spectacular photos of the red Super Blood Wolf Moon lunar eclipse

Here are the most spectacular photos of the red Super Blood Wolf Moon lunar eclipse

The early hours of this morning (21 January) brought a rare ‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’ to our skies, a total lunar eclipse that coincided with a supermoon. The moon turned a spectacular shade of red as it was plunged into the Earth’s shadow. The celestial event was captured by photographers around the world, and we’ve […]

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Miss the Super Blood Wolf Moon? You can see another stunning astronomical event tonight

Miss the Super Blood Wolf Moon? You can see another stunning astronomical event tonight

Following last night’s Super Blood Wolf Moon, astronomers are in for another treat tonight: a planetary conjunction between two of our Solar System’s most impressive planets. In the early hours of Tuesday (22 January), Venus and Jupiter will appear very bright and close in the night sky – a phenomenon often called “kissing planets”. Here’s everything you […]

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10 garden laws you might not know you’re breaking

10 garden laws you might not know you’re breaking

While gardening might seem the most innocent of pursuits, there are a few factors which could land you on the wrong side of the law when it comes to your outdoor space. From overhanging branches to fallen fruit, here are 10 ways your garden could be breaking the law without you knowing. Overhanging branches If […]

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Common garden pests and how to get rid of them humanely

Common garden pests and how to get rid of them humanely

Gardens can be a natural habitat for many species of animals, but some can be a nuisance, causing damage to plants, flowers, home-grown vegetables and lawns. Here are some of the most common garden pests and how to stop them damaging your garden in a humane manner. Grey squirrels Wire netting can help give fruit […]

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This is how to grow vegetables in the North of England

This is how to grow vegetables in the North of England

Growing your own vegetables may require more effort than popping down to the local supermarket, but the results are far more rewarding. If you have been thinking of flexing your green fingers, here are some top tips for growing your own veg in the North. Preparing the soil Preparing the soil is an essential part […]

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Could Admiral Fallow and Field Music work together? You Tell Me…

Could Admiral Fallow and Field Music work together? You Tell Me…

“Who’s in The Guide section this week?” “You Tell Me.” “No, seriously, who?” “It’s not even really that funny the first time.” laughs Sarah Hayes – who is one half of the oddly-monickered duo, the Admiral Fallow multi-instrumentalist aided by Pete Brewis, of Sunderland’s skewed pop combo Field Music. There is, however, some point to […]

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Beloved headteacher laid to rest in coffin covered in farewell drawings from her pupils

Beloved headteacher laid to rest in coffin covered in farewell drawings from her pupils

A primary school headteacher has been laid to rest in a coffin covered in drawings created by her pupils, after she died following a short battle with cancer. Beloved educator Sue East was just 58 when she died on 19 December 2018, and a heartbreaking final letter she wrote to her pupils from her death […]

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This is what employment law says about being paid if you can’t get to work in winter weather

This is what employment law says about being paid if you can’t get to work in winter weather

Winter is most definitely upon us and we’re likely to see more and more transport issues for commuters with severe wintry showers and snow forecast to fall almost everywhere in the UK next week. Bad weather can cause chaos in the workplace when staff are delayed or can’t get in at all. So what employment […]

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Man screamed ‘What have I done?’ after crushing girlfriend’s toddler to death with car seat, court told

Man screamed ‘What have I done?’ after crushing girlfriend’s toddler to death with car seat, court told

Stephen Waterson cried out “What have I done?” after crushing his girlfriend’s toddler to death with his car seat, a court has heard as the heartbreaking Alfie Lamb case continues. Three and a half year old Alfie was sitting at his mother’s feet in the rear footwell of an Audi convertible, when he was squashed […]

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Here’s how people in the UK are planning to save over £1,500 a year

Here’s how people in the UK are planning to save over £1,500 a year

UK consumers say they are going to become more savvy with their money – and plan to save around £131 a month or £1,572 during 2019. Research from Paymentsense reveals that over half of UK consumers are considering cutting their spending over the coming year. The most popular reason to cut spending is to keep up with […]

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